Gregory Doran, RSC
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Join us for the sixth Annual London Shakespeare Lecture in Honor of Professor Sir Stanley Wells – hosted in collaboration with The Shakespeare Institute and Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
This year we welcome Gregory Doran, Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company, for ‘2016: The Big Year’ – his own personal reflection on the 400th anniversary year of Shakespeare’s death at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
About Gregory Doran
Gregory Doran launched his first season as Artistic Director of the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2013 directing David Tennant in Richard II. Described by the Sunday Times as “one of the great Shakespeareans of his generation” he has directed nearly two thirds of the Shakespearean canon, and has committed to broadcast all of Shakespeare’s plays to cinemas worldwide.
In 2016, Doran’s four productions of Shakespeare’s history plays launched the Shakespeare 400th jubilee embarking upon the first major RSC tour to China. He closed the special year with his innovative production of The Tempest in collaboration with Intel and in association with Imaginarium Studios.
Originally published at international.conductor.nd.edu.